Hino

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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JPN


Hino (Toyota Group)

Blue Ribbon Hybrid

2015 A heavy-duty hybrid bus
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JPN


Hino (Toyota Group)

Dutro Hybrid

2011 A light-duty hybrid truck
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JPN


Hino (Toyota Group)

Profia Hybrid

A heavy-duty hybrid truck
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 News
Feb 05, 2019

On February 1, 2019, Hino Motors, Ltd. and Hino Motors Manufacturing Thailand, Ltd. announced the new investment worth JPY 11.5 billion (around THB 3.29 billion) on the construction of a new center, namely Suvarnabhumi Monozukuri Center, located on 400,000 sqm area in Bang Bo, Samutprakarn Province, to consolidate and strengthen Hino’s product planning, development, and production functions for best-fit products to strengthen its business foundation in ASEAN.
The construction is scheduled to begin in July 2019 with operations to begin in 2021. The new center will consist of the new plant's production area, and a development area centered around a test track.
Currently, Hino has three plants in Thailand; HQ/Samrong Plant and Bangplee Plant producing unit components for Toyota vehicles and Bangpakong Plant producing Hino vehicles. Hino will also be re-organizing and streamlining their processes alongside the consolidation of the Hino vehicle production functions.
Hino said once the plant begins operation in 2021, the company will first start off by producing light- and medium-duty trucks and buses for the domestic Thai market, and expect to begin supplying ASEAN best-fit vehicles to other emerging markets by roughly 2024.
(From Hino-Global press release on February 1, 2019)

Feb 01, 2019

On January 28, 2019, Hino Motors Sales Malaysia Sdn Bhd (HMSM) officially launched the latest model of Hino SR1E 700 series, a new and complete heavy-duty 6x2 prime mover.
This latest 700 series model comes with a powerful 420 PS Euro 3 common rail engine with turbo-charged intercooler and designed for GCW 66,000 kg. The specialty of its lift-able third axle is to improve the operational flexibility and it also helps fuelsaving when the lift-able third axle is lifted up during travelling without a heavy load capacity.
The company also mentioned that all Hino’s vehicles in Malaysia are compliant to B10 biodiesel and can run without changes to any component or service interval.
(From Hino Malaysia press release on January 28, 2019)

Feb 01, 2019

On January 31, 2019, Hino Motors, Ltd. announced that its consolidated net sales for the third quarter of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019 (April 1, 2018–December 31, 2018) increased by 9.9% year-on-year to JPY 1,459.7 billion.
Operating income increased by 2.8% year-on-year to JPY 63.1 billion. The worsening of the business environment and the cost augmentation due to strengthening the foundations etc., were offset by mainly sales growth. As a result, operating income rose. Profit attributable to owners of parent decreased by 3.5% to JPY 37.9 billion.
Global unit sales grew by 12.2% year-on-year to 154,531 units. Unit sales grew from the previous year in all regions, and global unit sales in total and overseas marked record highs. Unit sales in Japan increased by 9.0% to 50,888 units. Overseas unit sales increased by 13.9% to 103,643 units mainly due to the increase in Indonesia and others.
Hino's financial forecast for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019 (April 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019) is following; Net sales JPY 1,930.0 billion (up 5.0% year-on-year), operating income JPY 86.0 billion (up 7.1%), and profit attributable to owners of parent JPY 53.0 billion (up 3.2%).
(Based on Hino's Financial Report)